Do you counteract your stress?
I don’t know if most people realize the true value of positive feelings. I’ve heard people say, “I’m just not a touchy-feely type person.”Or, “I don’t believe in getting over excited about anything.”
My Article Emotions are not just Feelings, which I posted at thehealingcodes.com website, goes into detail into why positive emotions are important. These positive feelings actually promote growth and repair in the body. It also describes why negative emotions can actually cause problems in your life and health. We all know by now that stress is the number cause of illness. The American Psychological Association posted this article on what it actually does to us and has some great suggestions in how to deal with it.
There are many easy ways to add stress relievers into your daily schedule. Making a habit of these things can bring about a balance that will not only reduce it but promote an overall healthy lifestyle.
One of my favorite stress relievers is exercise. It is very important and not just for your heart and weight loss. A chemical called endorphins are released while exercising and these give you that oh-so-good feeling. You know the one I’m talking about. The one you feel when you are on top of the world, having the best day ever. These also help reduce your stress and actually reduce pain as well. What’s not to love about a good workout now?
My favorite way to reduce accumulative stress is working with The Healing Codes.
This covers it that’s built up over time and also the current stress we are subjected to daily. Don’t underestimate the power a couple 6-minute sessions can do for your health and happiness. Just like exercise, plan to incorporate this into your daily routine, to receive maximum benefits. You will thank me later.
With more information and studies coming out on stress and it’s negative effects, it’s really important to make some changes in your life. If you aren’t going to slow down, at least give your body the tools it needs to handle the ongoing stress you are feeding it. After all, your life is what you make of it.